Onomatopoeia Game for K-2

Onomatopeia PreviewI’m so thrilled to be blogging over at We Are Teachers! They’ve got tons of great ideas over there.┬áMy third┬ápost was an onomatopoeia game for grades K-2. It’s a really simple idea, but your kids will love it!

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Whole Class Game: Who’s Who in the American Revolutionary War

American Rev game STICKER

A fellow teacher recently submitted this game. It’s a matching game of the famous people in the American Revolutionary War. There’s a whole class set (print one per page to put it on your whiteboard) and a small set to use in smaller groups or pairs. The object of the game is simple: to match the description of the person with their name. Players or teams take turns flipping over 2 cards, keeping them both if they’re a match. The team with the most matches as the end wins.

Click here to get the PDF versions of the game:
Revolutionary War Match Game – for board Revolutionary War Match Game small

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